PS4 NPL SA Round 21 Review

Goals from Alex Sunasky and Anthony Costa have given Adelaide City an unassailable four point lead at the top of the PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia table with one round to spare ensuring the club tastes success in its 70th year anniversary.

Adelaide City vs. South Adelaide

Coach Damian Mori made two changes for the clash with Shane Tobias returning to the starting line-up at the expense of Brad Corbo, while Lewis Farquhar made way for Mamadi Kamara.

The Black and Whites knew heading into the game a victory would culminate in winning the league with one game remaining and the pressure of fulfilling such a task unfazed the squad.

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West Adelaide vs. MetroStars

With a finals berth within their grasp, an inspired West Adelaide defeated a spirited MetroStars via a Ricardo Da Silva brace in their 3-1 win at the Adelaide Shores Football Centre, in their PlayStation 4 National Premier League Round 21 encounter.

West Adelaide will still need results from next week’s final round of the season to fall their way for them to secure a place in the top six. Metro had a chance to slam the door shut on West Adelaide’s final’s aspirations, but couldn’t get the job done.

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Campbelltown City vs. Adelaide United

Ten-man Campbelltown City overcame a slow start to defeat Adelaide United 2-0 in Round 21 of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia at Steve Woodcock Sports Centre on Saturday.

Anthony Ture and Jake Monaco netted in a five minute spell shortly after half-time, with Campbelltown keeping the Reds at bay despite Adam Piscioneri’s 65th minute red card.

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